Sunspots AR2339 and AR2345

Recently I became aware that there was a sunspot AR2339 which was growing in size and making its way across the sun. Unfortunately the weather has not been permissible for imaging it until Tuesday. While there were clouds crossing in front of the sun, there was still short periods where the sun came into full view unhindered by the clouds.I managed to image it using the Skywatcher ED80, Televue 5x Powermate, Baader Herschel prism and Astrotech TT320X. I used the Olympus E-P5 and also with the Celestron Neximage 5 and Microsoft Surface Pro 3. Hence there are different images of these sunspots.

First are the images from the Olympus E-P5. These are from the best single image taken on 12/5/15.

Sunspots 12/5/15
Sunspots 12/5/15
Sunspot AR2339 (left) and AR2345 (right)
Sunspot AR2339 (left) and AR2345 (right) 100% crop

This is an image processed with PIPP and Registax of the 1 minute video clip captured with the Neximage 5.

Sunspot AR2339 (left) and AR2345 (right)
Sunspot AR2339 (left) and AR2345 (right)

I am pleased to have captured these sunspots with two different methods, as it was something I have wanted to practice to make it perfect.

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